By Frederick Engels Karl Marx
A part of a definitive English-language variation, ready in collaboration with the Institute of Marxism-Leninism in Moscow, which includes the entire works of Marx and Engels, even if released of their lifetimes or in view that. The sequence contains their whole correspondence and newly found works.
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Collected Works, Vol. 29: Marx: 1857-1861 by Frederick Engels Karl Marx